XL Catlin has announced that Rory Morison has been promoted to head of international casualty in the Asia Pacific region.
Morison, who will continue to be based in Melbourne, takes on the role in addition to his position as underwriting manager, casualty insurance for Australia.
In his new regional role, Morison will be responsible for boosting XL Catlin’s casualty business and market presence throughout Asia Pacific.
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Daniel Maurer, chief underwriting officer, international casualty at XL Catlin, said that Morison’s broad market knowledge, underwriting and technical expertise will help brokers meet their clients’ needs in a changing environment.
“We’re seeing risk getting more complex in an increasingly challenging liability environment and emerging technologies are impacting how businesses are conducted in Asia Pacific,” Maurer said.
Morison has over 15 years’ experience in the industry, having worked in both the Australian and London markets as a primary and excess underwriter for international casualty clients.
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